New Jersey Sports Betting Apps

Since it was New Jersey to initially challenge the PASPA and take the case to the Supreme Court, the vast majority of sports gamblers in the U.S. owes The Garden State a debt of gratitude. We just would not be here today if it wasn’t for New Jersey. 

And make no mistake, New Jersey has not held back in any way when it comes to legal sports gambling. Their industry is completely up and running, and the state is now rivaling Nevada in handle and revenue. 

Statewide Brick and Mortar Sportsbooks

It didn’t take long after the PASPA was overturned for the brick and mortar sportsbooks of New Jersey to open their doors. In fact, the construction of the sportsbook in Monmouth Park began well before the decision even came down. 

Almost two years later, there are over 10 brick and mortar sportsbooks open for business in the state with more to come.

  • The Meadowlands
  • Borgata
  • Bally’s
  • Caesars
  • Golden Nugget
  • Hard Rock AC
  • Harrah’s 
  • Monmouth Park
  • Ocean Resort Casino
  • Resorts AC
  • Tropicana 

Available Betting Apps

Sports betting apps in New Jersey have been in operation since August of 2018 and have been an incredible success. There are now over a dozen sports betting apps available in the state with more to surely come. 

The competition is stiff, too, as these are the biggest names in sports gambling.

  • DraftKings Sportsbook
  • William Hill NJ
  • FanDuel Sportsbook
  • Fox Bet NJ
  • PointsBet
  • BetMGM Sportsbook
  • SugarHouse Sportsbook
  • Caesars Sportsbook
  • Unibet Sportsbook
  • 888 Sportsbook
  • Golden Nugget
  • Bet365
  • Resorts Sportsbook 

Upcoming Apps

While there are plenty of online sportsbook options available in New Jersey, the state is not done expanding its product as at least two more apps will enter the fold in 2020.

  • BetAmerica NJ
  • theScore Bet

Best Bonuses and Promotions

As you can imagine, with this much competition in New Jersey for your gambling dollar, sportsbooks will do all they can to separate themselves from the pack. Bonuses and promotions are a great way to do this, and here are a few of the standouts. 

  • FanDuel – $500 Match Bet
  • PointsBet – $50 Deposit earns $150
  • BetMGM Sportsbook – $500 Risk-Free Bet
  • Caesars Sportsbook – $10 for Sign Up, Match on Deposit $300
  • Resorts Sportsbook – $20 Free Bet, 100% Match to $1000, $250 Match Bet 

Sports Available for Betting

With all of your options in New Jersey, it’s safe to say you will not have a problem finding a sportsbook to place a wager on your favorite sport or league. 

Some sportsbooks, like DraftKings, keep it very simple with all the popular North American offerings with a few international sports sprinkled in. Other sportsbooks like PointsBet go out of their way to deliver a wide variety of sports and leagues, both foreign and domestic. 

Payment Options

The payment options will differ from sportsbook to sportsbook, but look for there to be the industry standard across the board. New Jersey sportsbooks will accept cash, debit cards, credit cards, bank transfers, and specialty pre-paid cards. 

For the online sportsbooks, once you’ve created an account, even more options are available to reload your app account, including Paypal (bet365 NJ betting app) PayNearMe and Skrill. 

Legal Betting Age

The legal sports gambling age in New Jersey is 21 years old, whether online or in a brick and mortar sportsbook.